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    Welcome to the Harrison L. Caldwell Library @ Roxhill Elementary School!

    Harrison L. Caldwell was the first principal at Roxhill Elementary, from 1956-64, and he was also the first African American principal hired in Seattle Public Schools.

    Newspaper article about Harrison Caldwell


      

    LIBRARY READ ALOUDS DURING THE COVID-19 CLOSURE

    Mr. Robert has created a playlist with library songs (from the past six school years) and read aloud videos.  Each Monday, he will post a new read aloud for PreK-2nd grade, one for 3rd-5th grades, and an all-grades read aloud video.  Click the link below to get to the playlist.

    Roxhill library songs and read aloud videos

    screenshot of library playlist

     

    STUDENTS CAN CHECK OUT ONLINE MATERIALS FROM SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY... EVEN IF THEY DON'T HAVE A CARD!

    Click the link below to see how to get started.

    Library Link Tutorial Video

    Library Link logo

    Library Catalog

    Online Student Resources

    The mascot in the Harrison L. Caldwell Library @ Roxhill is Li'l Harrison.

    Lil' Harrison

    Contact Info

    Chris Robert Lil' Harrison

    Librarian: Chris Robert
    cjrobert@seattleschools.org
    Main Office: 206-252-9570

    Hours

    7:25 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.

    Checkout/Curbside pick-up during COVID-19 school closure

    Would you like to check out books from the Roxhill Library?  You may put books on hold online and then pick them up at Roxhill.  From now through Thursday, January 14, follow these instruction to put up to FIVE books on hold for pick-up:

    • Click on the "Library Catalog" link above the pictures of Mr. Robert and Li'l Harrison on the right-hand side of this page.
    • On the left-hand side, click on "Destiny Discover."

    • Log in (right-hand side) with your SPS username and password.

    • Use the search bar at the top to search for books by topic, title, or author’s name.

    • Click the blue ‘Hold’ button to reserve a book.  If the green ‘In’ tab is on the top left-hand corner of the listing, the book should be available for you to pick up. Ignore the alert that says that the book is available now and that you should pick it up by a given date. You will pick up the book the week of January 18.

    • You may ‘hold’ up to five books.

    • There will be a supply pick-up during the week of January 18; you may pick up library books whenever you pick up supplies. (Your books will have a rubber band around them, and your name will be on a sheet of paper attached to the bundle of books.)  This is also a good time to return any library books you may still have at home!

    • If you have trouble placing your holds, email Mr. Robert, cjrobert@seattleschools.org, and he will place the holds for you!